Friday, July 18, 2008

Chana Update


Just wanted to give an update on Chana's condition. She's getting around better today, though she's still hurting.

Thanks so much for the prayers and thoughts. When there's more, I'll let you know.

UPDATE: The X-rays are negative, so Chana will be taking it slow and sure. At least she won't have to deal with bone mending!

10 comments:

Jacolyn said...

Oh no!! How did the x-rays come out. That crazy girl!

Mark Keefer said...

X-Rays are negative, so that's good. Thanks!

leslie (castillo) wong said...

Glad Chana is mending. Hey, if I'm 30, then you guys are old! Climbing trees are not on the list for old people.

Just kidding! Please tell her hi and to take it easy.

Mark Keefer said...

Leslie, only when you quit climbing trees are you old. And... probably a bit wiser. But hey, if you gotta fall and hurt yourself, at least it's when you're playing!

leslie (castillo) wong said...

lol! I guess I feel that way because I've gained some weight. Chana looks like she never had kids, so I bet she's as able as she's always been.

By the way, you guys don't look old. You look about the same age as I am now.

Jacolyn said...

oops, you did say that didn't you :) i think someone was writing on my pants with an ink pen while I was reading your post. oh for 2 minutes of alone time.

Karenkool said...

Sheesh! I hope she's ok. One thing I know is that things hurt a whole lot more when you get into the 40s then the 20s. I'd still be curious to know the tree story.

mandy said...

(playing catch up with the blogworld)
she's beautiful. dang

Mark Keefer said...

Thanks Mandy, I agree with you!

BTW all, she's starting to come around these days. Almost normally moving around!

Anonymous said...

Hi all. I'm doing great and looking forward to the next tree. (just won't get up there with my 15 yr. old who's still immortal--that's what's dangerous)

Revisited the tree yesterday. The indentation of my fall in the dead leaves is still undisturbed and the broken branch still leans against the trunk but, alas, there were no plaques commemorating the event.

Love and thanks to all who cared and prayed!

Chana